HBO opposed two separate trademark for the term “dracarys” as associated with its television show. Will HBO be successful in making it rain fire of these illicit trademarks?
Hasbro, the creator of Transformers and the Bumblebee character, sued DC Comics and Warner Bros. over a toys bearing the name of a superhero also called Bumblebee but now the parties have reached a settlement.
Universal has pick up some pitchforks of their own and defeated a wine company’s attempt to register the FRANKENSTEIN trademark for wine after the winery mysteriously disappeared.
Marvel, after failing to oppose a trademark, has moved to cancel the CANDY HULK trademark claiming it is confusingly similar with their HULK trademark.
The U.S. District Court took a deep dive last week to make the determination of whether “The Shape of Water” was a copy… er… fish.
DC Comics has opposed a family-owned installer of home gutters attempt to register its diamond-shaped “G” trademark.
It doesn’t look like winter is coming for this trademark applicant– and not in a good way.
Back in May, Stan Lee filed a lawsuit against POW! Entertainment, claiming that the company fraudulently obtained exclusive rights to his likeness. This week, apparently, it’s back to business as usual.
The battle between Disney, Lucasfilm, Ren Ventures, and Sabacc Creative is still going strong, but the court’s recent decision on the issue of copyright infringement may change the course of this case.
Neil deGrasse Tyson has been talking about his Space Odyssey video game since 2016, but Warner Brothers is fighting back against his attempt to register the SPACE ODYSSEY mark in the video game marketplace.